Monthly Archives: May 2018

Four Strategies to survive automated writing and content bots

Four Strategies to survive automated writing and content bots
— Read on www.businessesgrow.com/2016/07/04/automated-writing/amp/

Beware of the bot-speak.

How to hear (and delete) every conversation your Amazon Alexa has recorded – The Verge

Here’s how to see every conversation your Alexa device has ever recorded, and how to delete them from your Amazon Echo history.
— Read on www.theverge.com/2018/5/28/17402154/how-to-see-amazon-echo-alexa-conversation-recording-history-listen

Oops, you mean that time I couldn’t get her to listen and I cussed her out was recorded?!!!

3 B2B Tech Brands with Stand-Out Visual Content Marketing

The stereotype that B2B visual content marketing tends to be stale and uninspired presents an opportunity to differentiate your brand from the pack.
— Read on www.skyword.com/contentstandard/marketing/3-b2b-tech-brands-with-stand-out-visual-content-marketing/

Visuals drive these #BrandStorytelling companies. Great examples.

Stories Using Video are New Social Media Winner

R. Michael Brown LLC Communication, PR, & Marketing Consulting

Well told #stories using #video have become the biggest attractor to any organization. Tens of thousands more views than text and still photographs.

The key is great #storytelling

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Lake Worth falsely sends out ‘zombie’ alert during power outage

The city stressed that there are no zombies ‘currently’ in the area.
— Read on www.palmbeachpost.com/news/breaking-news/breaking-lake-worth-falsely-sends-out-zombie-alert-during-power-outage/0KTfdselE7cMJXSMOYIMZK/

I don’t watch the show but someone at Lake Worth Utilities obviously does – and it’s FUNNY!

Steve Mnuchin: Officials should take a serious look at tech monopolies

Mnuchin acknowledged that antitrust matters don’t fall under his jurisdiction, but said someone ought to be looking.
— Read on www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/steve-mnuchin-officials-should-take-a-serious-look-at-tech-monopolies.html

Too much power?